Wolf Canyon

Wolf Canyon

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The book reflects historical times, after the Second World War and the Hungarian Revolution in 1956. We get a first hand account of the sufferings and abuses of the communist regime. He was involved in the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. As a result, he became a marked man for reprisal. He had to escape Hungary and via Austria he arrived into the New World America, where he asked for and was granted political asylum. All these events and those that followed, including personal encounters with physicians, soldiers, politicians, friends good and bad, courageous and cowards, smart and mindless are recalled in a true lifelike manner with an understanding and open mind.When the time finally came for Kaitlyn to return to her job, snow still blocked the pass into Wolf Canyon. Now that the radio was fixed, it was a simple matter to radio for one of Crossa#39;s pilots to stop by on the way back from patrolling the area and fly ... Then she discovered that someone had cut the wires to the antenna tower.

Title:Wolf Canyon
Author:J. F. Whiteaker
Publisher:AuthorHouse - 2005-01


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